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barrel steel silo roof-sidewall juncture

barrel steel silo roof-sidewall juncture

barrel steel silo roof-sidewall juncture

The thickness of the overburden on the top of the API 650 oil tank should not be less than 0.5m. The surrounding backfill with clean sand or fine soil should be no less than 0.3m thick; the API 650 oil tank barrel steel silo operation platform ladder selection unit is considered in a unified manner. The buried operation well is designed for buried horizontal oil tanks, and the two are compatible.

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In the actual welding of barrel steel silo, operators will use more arc-shaped plates for tailor-welding to better adapt to the larger volume of oil storage tanks. In order to effectively control the deformation of the welding seam of the barrel steel silo, a scientific and accurate prefabricated bottom plate is required. In the process of prefabricating the bottom plate of the oil storage tank, it is necessary to strictly follow the technical requirements for the construction of the oil storage tank. At the same time, it is also necessary to clarify the external dimensions according to its actual manufacturing standards so that it has sufficient shrinkage.

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